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Question Can We have 2 y-axis in a .rdlc file in VS 2005

Hi guys,

We are making a project in which we are making line charts.
Currently that line chart has only 1 y-axis..

But what we want is for it to have 2 y-axis so tht i can plot lines
with two colours.
One line will be based on y axis on the left of the graph
other line will be based in y axis on the right sied of the graph..

Just want to know can we have this thing in vs2005...

i would be gald to see a reply..




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